A fiesta of tapas and wine

‘In Spain food is always served with wine because food without wine is boring’ – wine educator Steven Olson.

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
December 25, 2014 15:27
The seminar sample tapas and wine pairings.

Attendees at the seminar sample tapas and wine pairings.. (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)

 
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‘In Spain, food is always served with wine – because food without wine is boring,” proclaimed renowned wine educator Steven Olson, at his wine seminar at The Bazaar by Jose Andres restaurant in Los Angeles.

Obviously, this is a matter of opinion; some might turn the phrase around and argue that wine without food is boring.

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